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Poet Donald Hall: ‘Old Age Is a Ceremony of Losses’ I The Atlantic

Discussion in 'English' started by AndrewvanZyl, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. AndrewvanZyl

    AndrewvanZyl Occasional commenter

    Published on Sep 24, 2018
    Before Donald Hall died this June, the 89-year-old American poet laureate let a filmmaker into his home in bucolic New Hampshire. In Paul Szynol’s Quiet Hours, premiering on The Atlantic today, Hall—whose prolific body of work is preoccupied with death, loss, and memory—is observed in his senescence, from the outside.
     

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